Imagine not fearing overuse injuries like tendonitis or muscle pulls because you had the tools and knowledge to recover quickly… Well, we make the deep tissue massage tools you need and teach you how to recover and maintain healthy tissues on your own. Because, when you really need a massage, you need it now — not next Tuesday at 1 PM.
Welcome to Massage Track, “The most effective, versatile massage tool your body will ever love.”
Have muscle or tendon pain in your back, neck, feet, hands or elbows? Are you ready to restore your flexibility? We can help!
Dr. Lara Johnson, PT, DPT, MS
If you get sore hands, wrists, ankles, feet, or back/shoulders, the Body Track will work magic on you! Small enough to fit in your gym bag or carry-on travel case, you’ll want to take it with you.
Do you carry tension in your neck or jaw? If you’ve got a pain in the neck, our Neck Track is great for releasing that tension and is easy-to-use while you watch TV.
Tennis, hockey and lacrosse balls are great but aren’t always perfect for trigger point release. So, we’ve designed what we consider the perfect set of massage therapy balls.
The Massage Track™ tools were invented by Eric who is 45 and has a rare condition which causes tightness in the muscles and connective tissues. This is more than a nuisance for him, but a blessing for you because his body is the perfect sandbox for developing exceptional deep tissue massage tools (what your Physical Therapist might refer to as ‘self-myofascial release tools’).
He created Massage Track for relief when he was really desperate and has used it nearly every day since. He uses it after waking and often a few more times during the day. After two years of development, Eric launched the Massage Track tools on Kickstarter to a dramatic response from around the world.
Our tools are now in use in 35 countries. They’re great for getting relief from generic aches and pains but are also being used successfully to treat repetitive strain injury, accelerate workout recovery for athletes, manage degenerative disc disease and slipped disc pain, and last but not least, help accident victims and injured veterans.